Mitsubishi Motors asked Palm Beach Circuit Judge Elizabeth Maass on Wednesday to acknowledge she made serious errors in a trial that produced an $11 million verdict for the parents of a college student killed in a rollover crash.

“There’s quite a bit of error that we believe took place during the trial,” David Graves, Mitsubishi’s lead attorney, told the judge at a one-hour hearing on his motion for a new trial. He told the judge the cumulative effect of her mistakes caused “a miscarriage of justice” that only a new trial can correct.

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